Gia Allemand's suicide at the age of 29 leaves Bachelor nation shocked and saddened: See that and other top stories from Wednesday, Aug. 14, in the daily roundup from Us Weekly.
Bachelor alum Gia Allemand died of an apparent suicide on Wednesday, Aug. 14, just two days after she was hospitalized in critical condition in New Orleans. "Due to a critical loss of brain and organ function, life support was withdrawn today," a statement about her passing read.
Bachelor Nation is reeling in the wake of former contestant Gia Allemand's death at the age of 29. As news of her suicide spread online, stars including Jake Pavelka, Vienna Girardi, Desiree Hartsock, and Chris Harrison took to Twitter to mourn her passing. Read their reactions.
In the hours before Gia Allemand's death on Aug. 14, Bachelor alum rallied to send their prayers and messages of love to the reality star, who was hospitalized in critical condition on Aug. 12.
Selena Gomez's relationship with Justin Bieber isn't the only thing that's had its ups and downs for the "Come and Get It" star. Sources tell Us Weekly that Gomez's on-again, off-again romance with the "Heartbreaker" singer is now causing a rift between her and best friend Taylor Swift.
The not-so-friendly skies! Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie were both scheduled to fly (first class, natch) on the same British Airways flight from Los Angeles to London this past Sunday, Aug. 11 -- but Aniston, 44, had her flight changed last minute to travel on Monday instead, an airline source confirms to Us Weekly.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Gia Allemand Commits Suicide at 29; Bachelor Stars Mourn Her Death: Today's Top Stories
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